The two most noticeable rhythms in our bodies are breath and heartbeat.
The Cranial Wave
is a discreet, subtle rhythm in the body palpated through very light touch.
Our physical bodies are dense, affected by posture, mood, stress and energy levels. Compression in our fluid body needs assistance to decompress and normalize.
As the slow rhythm of Primary Respiration changes phases from expansion to contraction, the therapist and client become attuned to a slow, calm nervous system.
- The blood in the heart has a basic function of connection between the stillness and the motion of the heart.
- Stillness is deepened by paying attention to the movement of the heart. It's a living and ever-changing relationship!
is the natural state of wisdom and clarity. For the optimal health of our nervous systems and bodies, we need to take time to slow and still.
Sense your fluid body, like a jellyfish or the seaweed of your inner body. “Disappear” your organs, bones, tissues. Imagine that you are fluid, surrounded by fluid.
Wait for a sense of flowing, slowing and stillness. Use the dynamic stillness of nature, imagining the wind that creates the waves of the ocean. Your diaphragm is just a wave.
Every pore of your skin has an eye looking into your heart.
“The truth at the core of our work is preciousness”